Bangkok Property Journal – After a long and thorough judging process, the winners of the 2009 Thailand Property Awards were announced at a lavish five-star Gala Dinner at the Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok. Over 450 attended the Gala Dinner and awards presentation to find out who were this year’s best-of-the-best.
Now in their fourth year, the Thailand Property Awards recognise not only the winners of each award, but they also assist in promoting the high level of quality of Thailand´s real estate, construction, architectural and interior design as well as industry professional services, and through a professionally-run awards system helps put Thailand real estate on the world stage.
After a long and arduous process of nomination, entry and judging, the winners of the 2009 Thailand Property Awards are:
- Best Developer – TCC Capital Land.
- Best Boutique Developer – Dhevatara Properties.
- Thaizeit Best International Agent – CB Richard Ellis (Thailand) Co. Ltd.
- Best Thailand Agent – Indigo Real Estate Co. Ltd.
- Prestige Thailand magazine Best Villa Development (Thailand) – Andara Villas by Andara Phuket.
- Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors Best Condo Development (Thailand) – The Heights Phuket by Raimon Land PLC.
- British Chamber of Commerce Thailand Best Housing Development (Bangkok) – The Royal Residence by TCC Capital Land Ltd.
- Phuket Post Best Villa Development (Phuket) – Andara Villas by Andara Phuket.
- Best Villa Development (Eastern Seaboard) – The Village at Horseshoe Point by Horseshoe Point Co. Ltd.
- Best Villa Development (Samui) – The Mandalay Villas by Ban Mandalay Co. Ltd.
- Best Villa Development (Hua Hin) – Nishaville by KIJ Development.
- The Wall Street Journal Asia Best Condo Development (Bangkok) – The Address Chidlom by Asian Property Development Public Company Limited.
- Limcharoen Hughes & Glanville Best Condo Development (Phuket) – Andara Residences by Andara Phuket.
- Best Condo Development (Eastern Seaboard) – The Sanctuary Wong Amat by Daika Estate Co. Ltd.
- Best Condo Development (Samui) – Infinity Samui by Vertuz Development Co. Ltd.
- Best Condo Development (Hua Hin) – Baan Ing Phu by Baan Ing Phu Co. Ltd.
- Signity Thailand Green Development Award – Horseshoe Point by Horseshoe Point Co. Ltd.
- Gaggenau Best Architectural Design – Andara Phuket by Andara Phuket.
- Studio Gypser Best Interior Design – The Sukhothai Residences by HKR International Ltd.
- Deluxe Property Vietnam magazine Best Agent Website – www.cbre.co.th.
- I-Marketing Best Development Website – www.sukhothairesidences.com.
- Luxury Properties magazine Best Print Advertisement – W Koh Samui Retreat & Residences.
- Property Report Thailand Real Estate Personality of the Year – Settha Thavisin, President of Sansiri PLC.
For more information, and to see a large selection of pictures from the evening, visit the Gallery on www.thailandpropertyawards.com.
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